Nancy and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. Please share with your family our heart felt thoughts and prayers. We will always cherish his memories he has left for us. May God bless you and your family.
Condolence: Gail and Julie,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Margaret and I will always remember the wonderful time we had with you all many years ago in Tennessee. Doug's overflowing friendliness and kindness will never be forgotten. He was a wonderful person.
Frank, Margaret, Erik and Max Lavoie
Condolence: He was the perfect man. He hiked the Appalachian Trail, ran in the Boston Marathon, fought for his country and most importantly looked after his family, not only his extended family but also his fellow man. He was quick with a joke but could provide serious guidance when needed. He made everyone feel like they were so important. I could go on and on. One thing is certain, there is definitely a void, a great big empty hole where he once stood.
Condolence: While words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, we look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of having our heavenly Father return your dear Doug to you. May you find comfort in knowing that he is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. (John 5:28, 29)
Condolence: Gail, I am so sorry to hear of your lost. What a wonderful blessing to go to heaven during the Easter/Holy Week. I know your lost is hard for we have sorrows but the deepest is the lost of a loved one. Doug and you have many, many memories so lean on the Lord for He promises to NEVER leave us. Know you are in my prayers as well as Julie and her family. Keep your memories to share with the grandkids and know you both had a wonderful life. May God hold and keep you in His arms as you go through this time in your life. God have mercy and comfort to support you. Love in Christ. Glenda
214 E. Rime Street; Orfordville, WI 53576
Condolence: OUR LORD HAS CALLED TO HIS SIDE FOR ETERNITY ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF LOVE HE EVER PLACED ON EARTH. ''MY DOUG'' WAS THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE....HE WAS A FRIEND, A MENTOR, A BROTHER, A DAD, A HUSBAND, AND SO MUCH MUCH MORE. HE NOW LIVES ETERNALLY IN THAT GLORIOUS REALM WHERE SUFFERING, SORROW , OR DEATH SHALL COME NO MORE.IT IS WITH UNFALTERING TRUST AND FAITH THAT WE PLACE DOUG IN THE CARE OF OUR ALMIGHTY FATHER. WE ASK GOD'S BLESSINGS AND COMPASSION ON THOSE OF US WHO REMAIN TO CHERISH DOUG'S MEMORY.
Condolence: Dear Gail, Julie and Family, We are so sorry to learn of Doug's passing last Sunday. Doug was a great friend and Masonic Brother. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I know that he is not suffering any more, as he is in God's presence now and forever. We can now look forward to meeting him again someday, and there will never be any more goodbyes, or tears or heartaches. May our GREAT GOD bless you, Julie and family. David and Jane Burgner
Condolence: Gail and Family,
My condolences to you and your family. Your family was very special to me and my family. I cherish the many memories from Ninth Street. I pray that God will give you grace and peace during this very difficult time.
Condolence: Gail and Family, Was saddened at the news Sunday morning at the Men's Breakfast. Doug was a great guy and he was a mentor in our class and when he was our Teacher he surely made the class a better class. He will forever be not only my teacher when I started back to Church but as a great friend. Will be certainly missed in our class. I know he is at Peace now and not in any more pain and suffering. Rest assure we will all meet again someday and what a meeting that will be. Our heartfelt condolences are with you all during this difficult time.
Condolence: I will forever keep you inside my heart Uncle Doug. You were such a loving and caring caregiver to Will and I am forever grateful. You touched my life in so many ways and we will never forget you. Give Mom, my Dad and Will a big hug from us - I can only imagine the reunion with all the others that have gone home. Go Rest High on that mountain, son your work on earth is done - and Uncle Doug you always did for others. Gayle & Julie may you find peace and comfort knowing Doug is walking the streets of gold in heaven and no longer in pain. We love all of you and may God continue to bless you